The Leading Facts of New Mexican History, Volume 3

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Contents

I
3
II
63
III
135
IV
173
V
185
VI
224
VII
245
VIII
281
X
306
XI
322
XII
389
XIII
434
XIV
462
XV
505
XVI
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Copyright

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Page 409 - By the 57th article of the Act of Congress entitled ' An act for establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States,' approved April 10, 1806, holding correspondence with, or giving intelligence to, the enemy, either directly or indirectly, is made punishable by death, or such other punishment as shall be ordered by the sentence of a court-martial.'
Page 519 - confidently upon the justice and liberality of the United States and anxious to remove every possible cause that might disturb their peace and quiet it is agreed by the Utahs that the aforesaid government shall at ita earliest convenience, designate, settle and adjust their territorial boundaries and pass and execute
Page 40 - also crossing the sands of the desert with the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. His political allegiance is given to the republican party but the honors and emoluments of office have had no attraction for him, as he has always
Page 327 - of the United States. Those who hold them are exceedingly sensitive of their supposed interest in them and easily alarmed at any movements in the civil courts or otherwise to dispossess them of their imagined property. The rich and those who have some quantities of property are those chiefly who possess the persons I have mentioned.
Page 513 - is situated on the eastern branch of a creek of that name, and at a distance, presents to the eye a square enclosure of mud walls, the houses forming the wall. They are flat on the top, or with extremely little ascent to one side, where there are spouts to carry off the water of the melting snow
Page 328 - as in races of lower animals — shall disappear off the face of the earth and give place to another race, and so on, in the great cycle traced out by himself, which may be seen, but has reasons too deep to be fathomed by us.'
Page 245 - men, a small number being absent for mescal, all of whom hare since been in. I have spent a good deal of time with them since the affair and have been astonished at their continued unshaken faith in me and their perfectly clear understanding of their misfortune. They say: 'We
Page 342 - This command of seventy-five men, I conferred upon Capt. Carey at his own request, he being desirous of passing through this stupendous canon. I sent the party to return through the canon from west to east, that all the peach orchards, of which there were many, should be destroyed, as well as the
Page 519 - For and in consideration of the faithful performance of all the stipulations contained in this treaty, by the said Utahs, the government of the United States will grant to said Indians, such donations, presents and implements, and adopt such other
Page 355 - I beg respectfully to call the serious attention of the government to the destitute condition of the captives and beg for authority to provide clothing for the women and children. Every preparation will be made to plant large crops for their subsistence at the Bosque Redondo the coming spring.

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